Colorectal cancer diagnosis rise in younger adults

Amanda Webb of San Francisco was 36 years old and pregnant with her first child when she found out she had stage-4 colorectal cancer. She shares her story of survival and what she's doing now to bring awareness to the issue. Her doctor, UCSF Hospital Oncologist Dr. Katherine Van Loon tells us scientists are trying to determine why colon cancer cases are rising in adults under 55 years old.

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